Why The Road Hammers’ Song “Zamboni” Should be a Hockey Anthem
We give credit to the coach, players, mascot, even arena…but what about the Zamboni? The Road Hammers released a Canadian hockey anthem like no other, with their song “Zamboni”. If we’re being honest, we’ve all dreamt of gliding down the ice on a Zamboni (full speed, of course). The Road Hammers are living our childhood fantasies in their new music video for “Zamboni”.
We full-heartedly believe that “Zamboni” should be considered a Canadian hockey anthem, here’s why:
1. It doesn’t get more Canadian than The Road Hammers, Tim Hortons & Tara Slone all in one video.
2. A Tim Hortons zamboni is pretty much on par with the beaver or maple leaf. I mean, there’s no better way to show your pride for the red & white than to “raise a Timmies in your hand”.
3. As the highest selling Canadian country group of all time, The Road Hammers (Jason McCoy, Clayton Bellamy & Chris Byrne) sure know a thing or two about this land we call the Great White North. If you haven’t already, check out their hits “I’m A Road Hammer“, “Get On Down The Road” & “Mud“.
4. To top it all off, we can’t get enough of Tara Slone’s emotional reaction to the Zamboni. That’s priceless Canadian content right there.
Watch the video for The Road Hammers’ “Zamboni” Song below!
The video was shot in partnership with Tim Hortons and the OHL. The Road Hammers would like to thank the Zamboni Company for giving them permission to use the ZAMBONI machine trademarks.